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US Senior Open at Edmond’s Oak Tree National schedule & ticket information

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The U.S. Senior Open takes place at Edmond’s Oak Tree National .    Gates open daily at 7:00 a.m.

Tickets are available for practice rounds and the championship rounds. You can also buy a weekly ticket and there are group options. Kids 17 and under are free with a ticketed adult. Click here to buy.

Monday, July 7      

  • Practice Round

Tuesday, July 8

  • Practice Round/Military Day
  • All military personnel and their families are admitted free
  • 7 a.m. – Presentation of Colors and National Anthem on 1st Tee
  • 2 p.m. – Exhibition on Practice Range (featuring professionals Tom Lehman and Corey Pavin, and Folds of Honor Foundation members Major Dan Rooney and Major Ed Pulido)

Wednesday, July 9

  • Practice round and junior day

Thursday, Jul 10

  • First Round – broadcast on ESPN
  • Players tee off holes #1 and #10
  • Tee times begin at 7:15 a.m.

Friday, July 11

  • Second Round – broadcast on ESPN2
  • Players tee off holes #1 and #10
  • Tee times begin at 7:15 a.m.

Saturday, Jul 12

  • Third Round – broadcast on KFOR/NBC

Sunday, July 13

  • Final Round-broadcast on KFOR/NBC


Security procedures for the championship have been implemented. Listed below are items that are not permitted on-site at the U.S. Senior Open:

  • No Laptop Computers and/or Full Size Computers (tablets and other mobile devices are permitted subject to the posted mobile device policy)
  • No Noise Producing Electronic Devices (including MP3 Players)
  • No Cameras (other than Monday through Wednesday for personal photographic use)
  • No video recording at any time with any device
  • No Backpacks, Briefcases or Bags larger than 6″W x 6″H x 6″D in their natural state
    • Note: Transparent/clear plastic hand and shoulder bags smaller than 12”W x12”H x6”D are permitted.
  • No Cases and/or Covers (such as camera cases or chair/umbrella covers)
  • No Signs, Posters and/or Banners
  • No Televisions and/or Radios unless provided by the USGA
  • No Food except for medical or infant needs
    • Each spectator is permitted to bring one (1) sealed bottle of water into the championship
  • No Containers and/or Coolers except for medical or infant needs
  • No Pets (other than service animals assisting disabled individuals)
  • No Lawn Chairs or Oversized Chairs (only portable compact chairs permitted)
  • No Bicycles inside admission areas or on the championship grounds
  • No Ladders and/or Step Stools or other similar items
  • No Metal-Spiked Golf Shoes
  • No Fireworks, Explosives or Weapons (regardless of permit, including but not limited to firearms or knives)

Any other items deemed unlawful or dangerous by the USGA and/or Championship Security Personnel, in their sole discretion.

Parents with small children are allowed to bring strollers and diaper bags, if needed. These items are subject to reasonable inspection before entering and/or at any time during the Championship.

A Lost and Found will be located at the Main Entry. Oak Tree National is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.

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